Lower Mainland teams dominant in Remembrance Day hockey tournament at Fuller Lake, Duncan

Ridge Meadows tops Vancouver Thunderbirds in Bantam C final

Four teams from the Lower Mainland joined two Cowichan Valley entries and two others from the Island in a Bantam C hockey tournament at Fuller Lake Arena and the Island Savings Centre in Duncan.

With the three-day event taking place over the Remembrance Day weekend, it was indeed memorable.

Ridge Meadows captured the title in an all-Mainland final, winning 3-1 over the Vancouver Thunderbirds. The other two Mainland teams played for third and fourth place, with South Delta taking the higher spot by virtue of its 3-2 victory over West Vancouver.

Cowichan Valley C2 and C3 ended up facing each other in the consolation round. The C3 team ended up winning 3-2.

Kerry Park and Saanich were the other tournament participants.

The eight teams were split into two pools of four for round robin play before the playoffs.

Vancouver Thunderbirds topped Pool A followed by South Delta, Kerry Park and Cowichan Valley C3.

In Pool B, Ridge Meadows finished first, West Vancouver second, Saanich third and Cowichan Valley C2 fourth.

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